A cathedral ceiling is characterized by a peak at the middle of this room, together with the slopes from that summit having equivalent and matching sides. These slopes match the pitch of the roofline. A cathedral ceiling maximizes the space allowed by opening the ceiling into the highest possible point.
Gabriel Builders Inc..
Planks line the ceiling airplanes of this cathedral ceiling.
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
The trusses that raise this ceiling are formed by natural timbers.
Gary Earl Parsons
The squared trusses, horizontal beams and plain wood paneling make for a contemporary cathedral ceiling.
This image demonstrates the way the cathedral ceiling mimics the pitch of this roofline; the ceiling is actually the underside of the roofing, whereas a vaulted ceiling isn’t.
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